RealTime May 2014
David Brickner video update
Jews for Jesus executive director talks about the controversial “That Jew Died for You” video, gives update on the legal battle over the arrest and deportation of Barry B. and more . . . please watch and share David’s video.
The Jewish holiday Shavuot is coming up on June 4 and if you’ve always loved the story of Pentecost in the book of Acts, this is a great time to discover more about this holiday.
Next week our Russian and Ukrainian teams will join for an all-out witnessing campaign on the streets of Moscow. Help us get thousands of people praying for hearts in Moscow to turn to Yeshua, Jesus! Read and share the full story.
For the first time ever, last week the Jews for Jesus leadership council voted to accept seven new missionaries onto our staff!
Jewish artists who believe in Jesus were “DrawnOut” to share their art and their faith in Jesus via an exhibit in New York City’s Greenwich Village. Will others be drawn out to consider the gospel as a result?
Read about the most recent event at our Moishe Rosen Center: Israeli graffiti artists displayed their work, surprised and pleased to be hosted by Jews for Jesus. Please check out this encouraging story and share with friends
Jews for Jesus European director Avi Snyder meets with branch leaders from Russia and Ukraine to discuss tactics for evangelism during these tumultuous times. Please read and share the full story and pray God’s blessings on these brothers and sisters.
Dr. Rich Robinson, a Jew for Jesus, gives a video intro to his new book, “Christ in the Sabbath.” Dr. Robinson has a very approachable way of addressing controversial issues about the past, present and future meaning of this often misunderstood holy day. Please watch and share this short video—and guess what? At the end there’s an opportunity to order the book. Be one of the first to own it!
Our Jews for Jesus Tel Aviv team was joined by friends from Denmark for a great gospel outreach on Israel’s Independence Day. Please read and share the full story, and pray for fruit from the seed sown.